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LAUSD to open all girls school Written by City News Service
Jailing Educators for ‘Cheating to the Test’ Written by Julianne Malveaux
‘My Sister’s Keeper’ Launched at Howard University & Spelman College; Black Women’s Health Imperative’ Program Focuses on Women Health Issues Written by Maria Adebola
California hopes to ease path to historically black colleges Written by LISA LEFF
LAUSD issues layoff notices Written by City News Service
America’s record of Black lynchings worse than previously thought Written by Zenitha Prince
Critics Say GOP Education Reform Would Hurt Poor and Black Students Written by Freddie Allen
Girls In Justice Written by Marian Wright Edelman
Educators empower families with special online Black History Course Written by Charlene Muhammad
African-American scholarship recipients emerging as next crop of leaders Written by LAWT News Service
INGLEWOOD Written by LAWT News Service
Feb. 1 is deadline to apply for $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program Written by City News Service
Dominguez High School focuses on Best Practices and Student Engagement through WASC accreditation recommendations Written by LAWT News Service
High pass rate in South African schools hides challenges Written by LYNSEY CHUTEL
Signatures submitted to fight California bag ban Written by JUDY LIN
Application deadline approaches for U.S. high school students seeking YES Abroad Scholarships Written by LAWT News Service
Compton’s 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools honored at County Board meeting Written by LAWT News Service
Child Watch; Thanksgiving, discernment and strategic nonviolent action Written by Marian Wright Edelman
LAUSD hosts Second Annual ‘Move It’ Challenge Written by LAWT News Service
Court rules Michigan has no responsibility to provide quality public education Written by Special to the NNPA from the Michigan Citizen
Detroit Symphony launches 1st educational webcast Written by JEFF KAROUB
Parent Plus Loan requirements updated Written by Lauren Victoria Burke
LAUSD prepares for worst case scenarios with new app Written by LAWT News Service
L.A. Unified announces computer science partnership Written by City News Service
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California to give almost $400,000 in scholarships Written by City News Service
California study: Truancy data shows racial divide Written by JULIE WATSON
Back to School, Back to Basics Written by Julianne Malveaux
Celebrities join public TV anti-dropout effort Written by LAWT News Service
Los Angeles schools decriminalize discipline Written by MATT HAMILTON
Phi Beta Sigma announces 2014 Centennial Week activities July 16-20 Written by LAWT News Service